Georgia: 135-Acre Mega Mosque Complex Called Itself a “Church”…To Fool Citizens?

…or to fool the city? For years mosque-building Muslims have been waging a zoning jihad – breaking, violating and outright ignoring zoning laws across the U.S. With absolutely zero consequences. In fact, Obama’s DOJ has acted as mosque enforcer.

“…I will leave it up to people in the community to decide for themselves why it was called the Avery Community Church and Cemetery until last week~ District 1 Commissioner John Douglas

Source: Newton County Residents Voice Fears At Mosque Meeting | WABE 90.1 FM

Hundreds were at a Monday night meeting in Newton County about a proposed Muslim worship center and burial facility there.

The historic Covington Courthouse was packed for two back-to-back meetings.

Most were opposed to the purchase of 135 acres along Highway 162 by a mostly Bangladeshi mosque based in Doraville.

When Newton County resident Edmond Hall took to the podium he called the people gathered the “silent majority.”

Then he spoke about the proposed facility.

“I don’t want these people and these teachings in our community. Were we not watching our TV on Sept. 11, 2001. Have we lost our mind? Have we lost our common sense here?” said Hall.

Many people said they were scared the new mosque would lead to attacks similar to recent mass shootings in Paris and Orlando, Florida.

A few people in support of the proposed Muslim facility called the comparison to mass attacks “hateful.”

“When I heard that there is a mosque built there I was excited,” said Zouhir Fakir, a Muslim who’s lived in Newton County for eight years, “something nice, you feel like you belong here. There is a place where you can go worship and maybe meet other Muslims and stuff. But then when I heard the reaction from other people I was surprised.”

The Doraville mosque already has an administrative permit for the 135 acres it owns. But last week, the county commission instituted a five week moratorium on building any new religious facilities.

Civil rights groups have threatened a lawsuit against the county for religious discrimination.

Imam Mohammad Islam, the leader of the Doraville mosque that purchased the property in Newton County, was not at the public meeting Monday night.

Edward Ahmed Mitchell, executive director of the Georgia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), has been working closely with Islam following response to the proposal for the new facility.

Mitchell said the Doraville mosque received advice “it would be better and safer” for Muslims not to attend the meeting.

“We think it would safer to let the crowd there say what they want in that environment, and then let church and community leaders meet privately with the leadership of the mosque to ask any questions they have and to dialogue in a safe and protected environment,” said Mitchell.

Georgia CAIR and the Georgia branch of the NAACP were scheduled to hold a press conference Tuesday regarding their request that the U.S. Department of Justice Investigate Newton County over the moratorium.

New reader’s should be alerted to the fact that CAIR is a terrorist front group listed as an Islamic terror organization in the UAE.

The back story and how the mosque mislead or kept the project a secret from citizens, via Newton Commissioners put mosque, places of worship on hold

The five-week moratorium, proposed by District 1 Commissioner John Douglas, in whose district the mosque would be built, was designed to give the county’s planning staff time to review zoning provisions and the current trend toward “campus-style, multi-service facilities” for places of worship. The county’s current zoning ordinance allows places of worship in all zoning categories in the county, provided the project meets minimum requirements of the ordinance.

Douglas told commissioners that the moratorium is in line with his previous opposition to “excessive development in the first district.” Douglas said he had opposed development of 1,500 houses in Stanton Springs, opposed the higher-density Autumn Trace subdivision on U.S. Highway 278, opposed expansion of a trucking terminal at the Hub Junction and delayed a decision on development of a regional ag center until a public meeting was held to answer neighbors’ questions.

“I have made it a point to work to keep the first district mostly rural and small town because the people who live in east and south Newton came here for that reason,” said Douglas. “There they love the quality of life we have in that area, the low crime rate, the lack of congestion and traffic and the ability just to get away from the big city when they go home.”

Residents in the area where the mosque has been proposed have said they are concerned about the increased noise and congestion that would come with the project. Plans for the 135-acre tract include 5 acres set aside for the mosque and another 10.5 acres allocated for the cemetery and a burial preparation accessory facility. The plan includes an additional 15 acres for future cemetery expansion, 28 acres for a future school operated by the church, 21 acres for residential uses, and 4.8 acres for open space.

Douglas also last week said he was greatly concerned that he and other commissioners were in the dark about plans for the mosque and related facilities, even though the land was sold to Al Maad Al Islami Inc., a Doraville non-profit organization, a year ago.

In response to questions from Douglas, County Manager Lloyd Kerr told commissioners that the mosque development proposal was presented to Development Services in June 2015 by attorney Phil Johnson. At that time, the place of worship was referred to as Avery Community Church and Cemetery. Kerr said Development Services was not aware that the project was a mosque and not a community church until county officials met with the project engineer on Aug. 8.

“Let me say that it is absolutely legal to call the project anything they want to call it, but I will leave it up to people in the community to decide for themselves why it was called the Avery Community Church and Cemetery until last week,” said Douglas. “For the record, Avery Place is a subdivision across Highway 162 from this development site.” Continue reading

Georgia: FBI says Muslim using U.S. flag to assault American family no hate crime

Source: FBI decides whether Muslim flag attack was hate crime

The FBI has determined that no hate crime occurred on the day after Memorial Day in Lawrenceville, Georgia, when a Muslim woman dressed in a burqa came out of the woods behind a homeowner’s house, grabbed the family’s large American flag and attacked them with it.

The FBI was asked by local police to investigate whether Amina Ali Ahra, 30, may have committed a hate crime when she attacked homeowner Dami Arno and her 17-year-old daughter while the two were drinking coffee in their garage on the morning of Tuesday, May 31.

Ahra grabbed the family’s large flag off their mailbox and used the 4-foot long pole made of PVC pipe as a weapon, swinging it wildly at Arno’s head. The 42-year-old fought off the much larger Ahra and two neighbors helped restrain her until police arrived. At one point during the attack Arno’s 14-year-old son emerged from the house with the family pistol and pointed it at the woman assaulting his mother but did not fire a shot.

A federal law enforcement official told WND that Ahra has been determined to have mental health issues, which would make it unlikely for federal prosecutors to charge her with a hate crime.

“But if you want an example of someone who is radicalized you can’t get a better one than someone walking up and grabbing someone’s American flag and beating them with it,” said the official, who asked not to be identified.

Lawrenceville Police Chief Randy Johnson still has not contacted the victims three weeks after the attack to offer any information or condolences.

Lawrenceville Police Chief Randy Johnson still has not contacted the victims three weeks after the attack to offer any information or condolences.

Local police Chief Randy Johnson told WND that his department referred the case to the FBI.

But the agent assigned to the case never took the time to interview the Arno family or any of the other eyewitnesses to the attack.

“The FBI agent, Chuck Campo, never contacted our family. We finally reached him and he told us there was no hate crime and I am not entitled to any information on this woman who attacked me in my own home,” Arno said. “He wouldn’t even tell us whether or not she was legally here in this country.”

A Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office employee told Arno that the woman was in the U.S. on a visa or green card and was originally from Somalia.

“How can you say you did an investigation when you never even talked to the victim, never made a phone call or a visit,” said Dami Arno, a stay-at-home mother of two who is married to a mechanic. “The FBI told me if I feel in fear of my life to contact my local police.”

She and her husband, Jimmy, say they have already called their local police chief twice and he has yet to respond three weeks after the attack.

Katie Borowski, one of the two neighbors who came running out of her house to assist in the take down of the female Muslim attacker, told WND the woman was “clawing” at her neighbor’s face when she arrived on the scene.

“I heard yelling and a commotion going on outside and I looked out and saw Dami defending herself from this very large woman who was attacking her,” Borowski said. “I could not stand there and let it go down like that. This is my neighbor and my friend.

“I didn’t even see the flag. It was already on the ground. So I came over and helped defend Dami,” she continued. “I held one arm and Dami held the other. At one point she did reach for my throat. She grabbed the front collar of my shirt as I pulled back.”

Borowski said she was outside the night before and saw a woman with a Muslim “head wrap” walking around the neighborhood.

“I didn’t pay too much attention to it because I just figured she’s visiting someone in the neighborhood and I didn’t want to report it and be seen as singling anyone out (because of their race or religion),” Borowski told WND.

Borowski said she was “totally shocked” that the FBI decided not to press any federal charges against Ahra and refused to give any information about her.

“We don’t know where she came from or where she was going,” she said. “I’m very shocked to hear them say they closed the case. They didn’t speak to any of us in the neighborhood.”

Borowski said she is on edge now and “living in fear.”

Dami Arno said they will not lie down and be passive.

“All he (agent Campo) kept saying was ‘I can give you no information, I can give you no information.’ We’re not ones to roll over. We’re going to stand up and fight.”

She said the family has been in contact with a state legislator who is working on legislation that would provide some sort of punishment for refugees or immigrants guilty of violent crimes against Americans — something besides a mere simple battery misdemeanor.

“He said he sent the case back to Lawrenceville police and Lawrenceville told us they didn’t have it either,” Dami Arno told WND. “Nobody will talk to us. Nobody will tell us anything.”

The Atlanta area is among the top five or six U.S. destinations for Somali refugees, having received more than 4,000 since the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, according to the U.S. State Department’s Refugee Processing Center.

Lawrenceville has received 24 Somali refugees since 2002 and has a mosque not far from the neighborhood where the attack occurred.

Georgia: Police, Feds silent after Muslim attack on American family

Another example of when Muslims attack…and law enforcement – and the media – seem to do everything possible to coverup the obvious.


This was the second attack in the small neighborhood. Source: Muslim attack on flag-waving American family remains mystery

It’s been two weeks since an Atlanta-area mother and her daughter were attacked at their home by a burqa-clad Muslim woman who stole the American flag from their front yard and charged at them, swinging the flagpole at the mother’s head.

The family says their lives have been turned upside down by the attack, and they don’t go anywhere now unless armed. Two weeks later, they say they’re still waiting for answers from their local police chief and the FBI.

Who attacked them and why?

Dami Arno and her husband, Jimmy of Lawrenceville, Georgia, told WND they are now wondering whether justice will ever be served.

And they want to know why Dami’s attacker – a woman believed to be an immigrant from Somalia – is not being charged with a hate crime. They also want to know why their attacker’s immigration status is being guarded like a state secret while they, the victims, are being ignored by authorities.

Dami and Jimmy Arno said the Lawrenceville police officer who responded to the May 31 incident told them he could not remove the assailant’s burqa “because that would violate her civil rights.”

It seems, the Arnos told WND, that the immigrant has more “rights” than they do as Americans who were the victim of an attack for no other reason than that the Muslim woman apparently didn’t like the large American flag flying from their mailbox.

All that is known about the female attacker is her name, and even that has changed over the course of the last two weeks.

Amina Ali Ahra, 30, emerged from the woods behind the Arnos’ home on the morning after Memorial Day as Dami Arno and her daughter were drinking coffee and chatting in their garage. The woman, standing about 6-foot-3 and dressed in a burqa, came out of the woods with only her eyes showing from behind the veil.

Ahra snatched the family’s flag off of their mailbox and used the pole as if it were a police night stick. She swung the four-foot pole made of PVC pipe wildly toward Dami’s head but missed.

“She came charging at me swinging it back and forth, actually coming toward my head with the flagpole, and I grabbed the pole and yanked it and was able to get control of her. And my daughter said I had her in a headlock,” said Dami Arno, a 42-year-old stay-at-home mother of two. “I could not believe what was happening, but at some point my mother instincts kicked in.

“My husband is a mechanic, and I work right beside him doing pretty much everything he does, and that’s made me very, very strong,” she added. “I thank God every day now that my husband has taught me and my kids to defend ourselves.”

The Muslim woman did not utter a word during the assault, said Arno, who was left with bruises on her arms.

Now WND has learned that another woman in the neighborhood was approached the night before by a woman in a burqa. She was afraid and ran into her house but did not report the stranger in the small, two-street neighborhood because she feared she would be considered a “racist.”

Since the attack, Jimmy Arno said he has twice called Lawrenceville Police Chief Randy Johnson, trying to set up a meeting in which the chief could provide information on his wife’s attacker. The chief has yet to call him back, he said.

Ahra was charged with two counts of simple battery and giving false information to police. She apparently lied about her name and address in the initial interviews.

“I called the chief the day it happened, as soon as I got off work and left him a message. My wife friended his wife on Facebook, and we left her a message on Facebook,” Jimmy Arno told WND. “I told him we didn’t like the charges that were filed, and I think more charges are warranted, and I want a call back. He still hasn’t called.”

A local officer told Arno the case was turned over to the FBI for possible hate-crime charges. An agent named Chuck Campo was “look into” the case, but no one from the FBI has contacted the family to interview them about what happened.

“We are trying to get a hold of him,” Jimmy Arno said. “I want to know whatever he knows. I want Chuck Campo to sit down with us in our kitchen with his files and I want some answers.” Continue reading

Georgia: Burqa clad Muslim immigrant attacks woman and daughter with American flag

Their own American flag! via: Cops: Victim Battered With American Flag | The Smoking Gun

A woman clad in a burka attacked a Georgia homeowner with an American flag that was flying in front of the aishaibrahimvictim’s home, police allege.

According to cops, Aisha Ibrahim, 30, emerged Tuesday morning from a wooded area adjacent to victim Dami Arno’s home in Lawrenceville, a city about 30 miles northeast of Atlanta.

Arno told police that Ibrahim–whose eyes were only visible–walked up to her mailbox and “pulled the flag out of it.” Armed with the flag–which was attached to a four-foot long PVC pipe–Ibrahim then advanced on Arno “in a threatening manner swinging the post and flag at her, hitting her with it,” according to a Lawrenceville Police Department report.

As Arno’s two children sought to help their mother, Ibrahim “was able to get one of her shoes off” and struck Arno’s teenage daughter in the head. A neighbor subsequently “entered the fight” and was “able to help hold the suspect until the police department arrived.”

Ibrahim was arrested on a pair of battery counts and was booked into the Gwinnett County jail, where the above mug shot was snapped. A third misdemeanor charge was later filed against Ibrahim after police determined that she gave them a phony name (Amina Ali Ahra) when busted.

Police have not determined a motive for the alleged flag attack.

In a Facebook post, Arno expressed frustration that Ibrahim is not facing a hate crime charge. “A muslim women tore my flag pole down this morning and attacked me and my daughter with it after the fight she was charged with simple battery 2 counts nothing else no hate crime no destruction of property no criminal trespassing nothing,” Arno wrote.

In a post this morning, Arno uploaded a photo of a sweater-clad Fred Rogers with the caption, “Mister Rogers didn’t adequately prepare me for the people in my neighborhood.” (2 pages)

More: Muslim Immigrant In Burqa Attacks Homeowner With American Flag

Arno tried to fight her off, and her 17-year-old daughter jumped in to help, while her 14-year-old son grabbed the family gun.   Even with the threat of a gun, the woman in the burqa wouldn’t stop swinging and hitting.  The family said she never uttered a word during the entire attack.  At one point, the woman even managed to take her shoe off and began hitting other people with it.

Neighbors ran to help and held the woman down until police arrived.  The suspect, first identified as 30-year-old Amina Ali Ahra, was arrested and charged with two counts of simple battery.

“What in the world is going on here? Why am I not safe on my own property why can I not sitting in my garage and not feel like I’m going to be attacked by someone walking down my street with my American flag,” Arno said.

She added that she thought Ahra should face hate crime charges.   “How much plainer could a hate crime be when she rips your American flag off and charges you on your own property. It’s nothing less than a hate crime,” she said.

In an update to her Facebook page today, Arno posted an additional piece of news: “Get this….. her real name is Aisha Ibrahim she has a valid visa and receives assistance!!!!! They found her through her dhs file!!!!!! Now we are paying these people to attack us!!!!! They did add 1 more charge….. giving a false name!!!!!”

via Woman in Burka attacks Lawrenceville family with American flag

She said she still cannot believe it all happened on American soil.

A lady walked out of our woods in a full Burka, full attire, stares at us for a minute, then grabs my American flag off of my mailbox and charges towards us with it, just swinging it with all her might,“ the wife and mother said.

“When she came charging , it was kinda like momma bear Instincts kicked in . She had to protect her children,” daughter Brittany Arno said.

Lawrenceville is only 20 minutes from Lilburn, Georgia – home to a growing Islamic enclave of savage Muslims.

It’s about 35 minutes from Atlanta, where the bloody Muslim rituals include children.

And it’s only an hour from Commerce, Georgia where there is a reported Islamic enclave and terror training camp.

Georgia is in trouble, the public schools, colleges, towns and cities have across the state have been forced to submit to Islamic supremacy – often by the Obama administration. Peruse 80+ posts in our archive on the Peach State.

Obama is importing Muslims by the tens of thousands to small towns in your area too. Clinton/Sanders will increase that flow.


12 Employees at 3 U.S. Airports Have Terror Ties

The Muslim who attacked a military recruiting center in Canada days ago also once had restricted airport security clearance. Source: 12 Employees at 3 Airports had Terror Ties

by Daniel Greenfield

The full number would be much higher of course.

A dozen employees at three U.S. airports were identified as having potential ties to terrorists, according to Freedom of Information Act requests filed by FOX 25’s Washington Bureau.

But those 12 workers are just a fraction of 73 private employees at nearly 40 airports across the nation flagged for ties to terror in a June 2015 report from the Homeland Security Inspector General’s Office.

FOIA requests identified two employees at Logan International Airport in Boston, Mass., four employees at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Georgia and six employees at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in Washington.

The 2015 report did not reveal where the 73 workers were employed.

Consider what it takes to even get to terror ties. Members of groups with a history of terror ties like CAIR are not on the list. If they were, those numbers would be far higher.

Lest we forget these previous posts (more here):

Minnesota: Muslim Airport Worker Pleads Guilty in Islamic State Case

Kansas: Muslim to plead guilty in suicide bomb plot at Wichita airport

Syracuse: Muslim airport worker threatens to ‘get my gun and kill everybody’

Miami: Muslim who rammed airport with car describes self as a shaheeda (a martyr)

Ohio: Muslim shot & killed at airport after attacking cops with knife

Minnesota: Muslim shot after attempting to run over cops at airport

Muslim killed fighting for ISIS worked at Minneapolis Intl Airport

Florida: Bosnian immigrant causes lockdown after airport bomb threat

Louisiana: Muslim caught at airport with loaded gun in backpack

Georgia: Two (more) Afghan military trainees disappear

The last time Afghan soldiers defected their training in the U.S., they lawyered up seeking asylum in U.S. and at least one of them was granted “asylum”.

via: Homeland Security takes lead in search for Afghan trainees | Daily Mail Online


Air Force officials say the Department of Homeland Security has taken the lead role in the search for two Afghan men who disappeared while training with the U.S. military at a base in south Georgia.

The men – who were part of a group of 23 from Afghanistan who have been at the base since February – have now been identified as Mirwais Kohistani and Shirzad Rohullah.

Their names and passports were released Thursday as part of a federal investigation to track down the pair, after they failed to show up for training on Monday.

Air Force Lt. Col. Chris Karns said Friday that Homeland Security, in coordination with the U.S. State Department, is leading efforts to locate the men.

Missing: The two trainess – who were part of a group of 23 from Afghanistan who have been at the base in Valdosta since February – have now been identified as Shirzad Rohullah (left) and Mirwais Kohistani (right)

However officials maintain there is no evidence that either of them pose a threat.

The Air Force said both men were screened before entering the U.S.

‘The students have trained alongside American counterparts for the entirety of 2015 and do not pose any apparent threat,’ the Moody Air Force Base told 11 Alive  on Tuesday.

‘There is a well-coordinated process among federal agencies to locate the individuals as quickly as possible and return them accordingly to the proper authorities to manage their present situation.’

Moody reiterated Thursday that the men still did not pose a threat, even though efforts to find them had been ramped up.

The missing Afghan nationals in Georgia are assigned to the 81st Fighter Squadron, which was re-activated in January and charged with training Afghan airmen.

In January, a soldier in the Afghanistan army, who went missing during a training exercise at a military base in Massachusetts, was granted asylum by the US, the AJC reported.

The soldier was one of three Afghans who turned themselves in at a Canadian border crossing in New York state in 2014 after disappearing from an exercise, provoking a search by military officials and state police.

No threat. None of the Afghan police/military who’ve killed Americans were a threat either.


…the pair were nominated by the Afghan air force, vetted first by the U.S. Naval Air Training Command, then by the Department of State before they were issued visas.

Univ of Georgia installs foot washing stations for Muslims

So they can pray to Allah. The Muslim Brotherhood-founded Muslim Students Association (MSA) requested them and the university coincidentally built them… at taxpayer’s expense. via BNI:

Aaron Bridge


Looking at this picture at first glance you see just a regular mop sink in the bathroom right? Well I work at UGA in the same shop as the brick masons, when they got the work order they were a little bit curios as to why they wanted a mop sink right in the front of the bathroom when there’s a custodian closet right outside the bathroom with a mop sink in it. Well after talking to the “HMFIC” or supervisor, they were then told that a Muslim group of students on campus have been pushing for a foot washing station on campus. Apparently this is a cultural tactic Muslims do before they pray they wash there feet. I researched it and there actually putting them up all over America. Keep in mind at Madison County high school it was voted to change a bible verse on a monument bc it could offend non Christian religions.

The liberals at the campus rag The Red and Black confirmed as much in their “prejudiced” post with the university’s lame explanation:

Last year, MSA made a push for the sinks, and they were installed over the summer.

 Jan Davis Barham, the associate dean of students and director of the Tate Student Center, declined to comment about the post. She also said that the timing of building the sinks happened to coincide with the Muslim Student Association approaching the Tate Center with a request for sinks to be built, but also with frequent occurrences of students washing their feet in bathroom sinks and dirtying up the floors and counters with water.

Will the whistle-blower be fired?

Sharia’s been creeping in Georgia’s education system at all levels. Read our archived posts here. If you’re not from Georgia, check your own state using the dropdown Categories in the upper right part of the page.


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